What to Look For When Researching B & B’s

Let me start by saying that I design websites for bed and breakfast providers. I have been inside many establishments, photographed them from all angles, sampled the food, experienced the difficulty of finding them if they are off the beaten…

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5 Things To Do Before You Book A Hotel

No matter the reason for why you’re traveling, you always try your best to make sure that all facets of the trip are as stress-free as possible. Perhaps one of the leading causes of stress for most travelers is when…

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10 Must See Attractions In Turkey

Turkey straddles eastern Europe and western Asia. The country’s cultural connections are ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, and the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. The national capital is Ankara, but it is Istanbul, on the Bosphorus Strait, that is the Mecca for…

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Bikini by Surge Beachwear (by S. Bedford)

Sunlight filters through the murky shallows, illuminating the carved balusters of the underwater patio. I adjust my scuba BCD vest and swim to a faucet which still runs cold water, despite being submerged six meters beneath the surface. I heed…

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Momotombo Volcano Blows It’s Top

Nicaragua’s Momotombo Volcano had been spewing ash for days before it erupted for the first time since 1905. Momotombo Volcano’s recent eruption produced a spectacular lava fountain and ash plume. Before the eruption people reported feeling tremors and seeing steam…

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Study Abroad Is Traveling

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11 Benefits To Studying Abroad Studying abroad is one of the most beneficial and memorable experiences for any young person to undertake. Following is a list of the top 11 benefits to studying abroad! Please Share:TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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My Unexpected Tour Of Guatemala City

My only option to get from Antigua to Guatemala City was to take a shuttle bus. Once the completely full mini van arrived airport destine passengers were dropped off first. Of course these passengers were the type of folks that…

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Monterrico, Guatemala

I’d heard a lot about Monterrico, Guatemala, a tiny tourist destination located in the southwest corner of Guatemala. Nothing I heard was particularly positive, other than it was warm and cheap… but I heard nothing that was negative either. So…

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Guatemalan Worry Dolls

Among the villages of the highland Indians of Guatemala, there’s a legendary custom. It’s a unique method of dealing with worrying about problems that can cause sleeplessness. Rather than deal with personal problems alone, the highland people believe it’s better…

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